Leicester City’s hectic run continues, returning to the Premier League with a difficult away fixture against Manchester United. The Red Devils were one of the few teams we failed to beat last season, drawing both games 1-1.
On the surface it may look like the team is aiming to bounce back from a disappointing 4-2 loss to Chelsea midweek, but the truth is that the side was mostly changed, and it was never a competition we had any designs on winning. Resources will be stretched enough already.
It is very difficult to keep a clean sheet against a team like Leicester and it is difficult to score goals against a team like Leicester - Jose Mourinho dishing out the compliments, as ever
Instead, the aim has to be to continue the momentum the first 11 has been building in our core competitions, the Premier and Champions League, that has seen us score six and concede none in our last two games.
For more build up to the game, check out our match preview here.
Below we’ve got information on how to watch this big game, along with team news and lineups when they come.
Location: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
Kick-off time: 12:30 PM GMT, 07:30 AM Eastern, 04:30 AM Pacific
Opposition Blog: The Busby Babe
Available TV: Sky Sports, Now TV (UK), NBCSN (US), Sportsnet (Canada)
Available streaming: SkyGo (UK), NBC Sports Live (US)
Available Radio: BBC Radio 5, SiriusXM FC
For full international listings see LiveSoccerTV.com
Leicester City Team News
Kasper Schmeichel has recovered from concussion, but may now miss the game through a thigh strain. Nampalys Mendy is also unlikely to feature, but is close to making his return. Marcin Wasilewski is suspended after his red card on Tuesday.
Manchester United Team News
Luke Shaw and Henrik Mkhitaryan will be fit, while Phil Jones and Anthony Martial are likely to miss out for United.
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The point that secured the Premier League title... #MnuLei pic.twitter.com/t9XlgB8eYK— Leicester City (@LCFC) September 24, 2016